Drama is beginning to stir-up Bedford-Union Armory redevelopment in crown heights. Eric Adams, the Brooklyn Borough President, has made his views public that the redevelopment should not feature condos as the developers, BFC Partners, works to rezone the land under review of the Uniform Land Use Review Procedure. Crown Heights residents argue that as the proposed project is on city owned land, the entire project should be affordable housing. The proposal by BFC Partners features 2 residential building, one mixed-income rentals and the other condos. 50% of the rentals will be affordable housing as will 20% of the condos. Community amenities will include a community center, pool, gym and sports courts. Adams proposed increasing the number of affordable units as well as high-income targeted units which would help offset the operating cost of the property. He also proposed that 20% of the affordable units be available for the homeless. The City Planning Commission will review this fall (2017).